Indonesian President Joko Widodo attends a meeting. File photo
"War has to be stopped and global food supply chains need to be reactivated," Jokowi, as the president is popularly known, said before leaving for Germany to attend the G7 summit on Monday.
The president also said he will encourage the G7 countries to seek peace in Ukraine following Russia's invasion, and find an immediate solution to global food and energy crises. Russia calls its actions in Ukraine a "special operation".
Separately, Indonesian foreign minister Retno Marsudi said food and fertiliser products from Russia and Ukraine need to be "reintegrated into the global market, despite the war".
"It is necessary to secure a grain corridor from Ukraine and open food and fertiliser exports from Russia. All countries must refrain from actions that further exacerbate this food crisis," Marsudi said in a statement on Sunday.
Indonesia has condemned the war and expressed sympathy to Ukrainians. However, Jokowi in April said he had declined a request for arms from Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Governor Dmytro Zhyvytskyy posted photographs of the charred shell of a four-story building and rescuers searching rubble. In a later Facebook post, he said many Russian soldiers and some local residents also were killed during the fighting on Sunday.
Kathy Lueders, who heads the agency's human spaceflight program, told reporters on a call that operations on the research platform were proceeding "nominally" and "we're not getting any indications at a working level that our counterparts are not committed."
"The real toll is likely to be much higher," Liz Throssell, a spokesperson for the UN human rights office (OHCHR), told a briefing, adding that 253 of the casualties were in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions in eastern Ukraine.
"Nobody will forgive. Nobody will forget,” Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy vowed after Tuesday's bloodshed on the central square in Kharkiv, the country’s second-largest city, and the deadly bombing of a TV tower in the capital.
It explained that this information is one’s personal information as displayed on his/her Alhosan passes, the QR code generated by one’s pass, which cannot be shared with others.
The security agencies in Egypt's Alexandria found the decapitated body of a young man tied to a chainsaw on the tracks of the Abu Qir train in the Derbala area of Sidi Bishr.
The plaintiff argued that the value of the car was Dhs40,000, and that he gave it to his sister, to use it, but she committed many violations with it, and did not return the car to him.
Sheikh Mohammed tweeted in a post on his account on the occasion of the World Humanitarian Day, "Workers and volunteers in humanitarian initiatives make the largest and most important positive impact in the lives of millions of people, thanks to the integration of their efforts as they give their time, energies and attention to those who most likely need help and support, motivated by the bonds of humanity.”